NOAH Community Resource Assistance Locations
NOAH has 7 health centers providing community resource application assistance.
Program Enrollment Assistance
NOAH is dedicated to providing you with a full range of quality primary care services at an affordable price, regardless of your ability to pay. If you are uninsured or under-insured, you may qualify for programs and services with reduced fees based on income and family size.
For individuals and families interested in scheduling an appointment regarding AHCCCS, SNAP, TANF, KidsCare, Marketplace, or our sliding fee scale discount program please contact our resource specialists: 480-882-4545 or request an appointment online.
AHCCCS Medical Assistance
AHCCCS is Arizona’s Medicaid agency which offers several health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Programs are based on meeting certain income and other requirements but in general, you are likely to qualify for AHCCCS if:
- Your family includes children under age 19
- Your family income meets the Arizona State guidelines. Our specialists can tell you more or visit the AHCCCS website for specific information
- You have been a resident of Arizona for 5 years or more
NOAH Community Resource Specialist can help you apply or renew AHCCCS coverage. To set up an appointment at one of our specialists, contact our Patient Engagement Center at 480-882-4545 or request an appointment online.
NOAH accepts all patients regardless of their insurance or financial status. If you are eligible, our discount program or Sliding Fee Schedule (SFS) allows you to pay reduced rates for services based on specific qualifications, including family income, size and situation.
What documents are needed for my slide fee scale application?
No income, No problem – click the link below:
SNAP (Formerly Food Stamps)
SNAP offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities. SNAP is the largest program in the domestic hunger safety net.
The amount of SNAP benefits received by a household depends on the household’s size, income, and expenses.
NOAH Community Resource Specialist can help you apply or renew for SNAP. To set up an appointment at one of our specialists, contact our Patient Engagement Center at 480-882-4545 or request an appointment online.
KidsCare is designed to help families who earn too much for AHCCCS (Medicaid) yet earn too little to afford to pay for health insurance for their children.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who qualifies for KidsCare?
In general, children must be under 19 years old, a US citizen or a qualified immigrant and an Arizona resident and family income is under the income limit. They are not eligible for AHCCCS coverage or do not have other health insurance.
How much will KidsCare cost?
KidsCare will cost no more than $50 a month for one child or no more than $70 a month no matter how many children are in the household. The amount a family pays depends on their income and number of children. Per federal law, Native Americans enrolled with a federally recognized tribe and certain Alaskan Natives do not have to pay a premium. To get KidsCare at no cost, you must give us proof of tribal enrollment.
Can a family own a car, a house or have any savings and still get AHCCCS or KidsCare?
Yes you can own a car, a house and have a savings account. AHCCCS and KidsCare is based on your most recent 60 days of income, not what you own.
If my kids are already covered, can I switch to KidsCare?
Yes, but children must be without health insurance coverage for at least 90 days before they can get KidsCare. However, there are some exceptions to this 90 day rule. Parents need to be very careful before they make a decision to drop current coverage. It is recommended they meet with a trained eligibility specialist to determine if they are likely to qualify for KidsCare before they make any decisions.
What are the exceptions to the 90 day no-coverage rule?
The 90-day period does not apply when:
- Coverage was from another insurance affordability program (AHCCCS or a qualified health plan from the health insurance Marketplace).
- Premium was more than 5 percent of the household income.
- Parent eligible for premium tax credit because coverage through an employer is determined unaffordable.
- Employer stopped offering coverage for dependents (or any coverage).
- Child lost coverage due to family member’s job change.
- Child lost coverage due to the death or divorce of a parent.
- Child has special health care needs.
Can parents enroll children in KidsCare if the children are US citizens but the parents lack proper immigration documents?
Yes, KidsCare and AHCCCS applications are designed to make it possible for parents to apply for and enroll children who are US citizens.
Where can I find someone to help me apply?
We have community resources specialists who speak English and Spanish (other languages also available). You can make an appointment by calling 480-882-4545 or requesting an appointment online.
Temporary Cash Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Cash Assistance helps families meet their basic needs for well-being and safety and serves as their path to self-sufficiency. The Cash Assistance program provides temporary cash benefits and supportive services to the neediest of Arizona’s children and their families.
NOAH Community Resource Specialist can help you apply or renew Cash Assistance coverage. To set up an appointment at one of our specialists, contact our Patient Engagement Center at 480-882-4545 or request an appointment online.
Health Insurance Marketplace
The Health Insurance Marketplace is for people without health coverage who do not qualify for Medicaid (AHCCCS) or the employer does not offer health insurance. The Health Insurance Marketplace is also for those who have legal citizenship status.
NOAH Community Resource Specialist can help you apply for the Health Insurance Marketplace. To set up an appointment at one of our specialists, contact our Patient Engagement Center at 480-882-4545 or request an appointment online.
When you apply for or renew your coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace, you’ll need to provide some information about you and your household, including income, any coverage you currently have, and some additional items.
Use the checklist below to help you gather what you need to apply for coverage.
Phone: (480) 882-4545